9 responses to “Rodgersia podophylla”

  1. Sue

    I think this is one of the prettiest of all the ones I have seen here. It looks so delicate, is just lovely. Thank you.

  2. elizabeth a airhart

    merry days to you all
    lovely posting
    i was born up north and how i wished
    for snow–i live west coast of floida
    tis warm and dry this christmas
    thank you daniel for this page
    and all who make this page
    possible –i have been around
    the world and met so many
    shareing people
    merry christmas and a bright new year

  3. Bobbie

    Merry Christmas, Daniel! It does look like snowflakes, so delicate and ethereal looking. I love the pink stems 🙂

  4. Ruth

    Merry Christmas Daniel, and many thanks for the lovely start to the day with your botanical postings. Informative and beautiful, they brighten my early mornings.

  5. Beverley

    Rodgersia podophylla – Z5 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Rodgersia podophylla – Z5-8 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk
    Rodgersia, rod-jer-se-a; named after Admiral Rodgers [U.S.A.] who commanded the expedition in which R. podophylla was discovered. podophylla, pod-o-fil-la, foot-stalked leaves. Plant Names Simplified, Johnson and Smith

  6. Mary

    So soft and lovely. Thanks Daniel, I enjoy these photos every day. You are one of the next best things to traveling. These photos take me to places I will never be able to afford to see. Merry Christmas.

  7. Cyndy Henderson

    Wonderful photo to remind us of this very quiet and peaceful time of the year. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!

  8. Meg Bernstein

    Phew, this is a watercolor just waiting to happen!

  9. ingrid

    Merry Christmas to Daniel & all at UBC Botanical Garden! Thanks for all the lovely photographs, this one should be on Christmas cards, so delicate & peaceful looking.

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